Denarius Moore Has Mediocre Fantasy Outing In Week 4

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Denarius Moore was the only receiver making an impact in the Raiders passing game. We break down the fantasy implications.

When a team manages to score just six points in an entire game, you probably won't see many impressive stat lines afterwards. Denarius Moore caught four passes for 71 yards against the Broncos, but the Raiders' offensive struggles clearly hindered his value.

Fantasy Impact: If Carson Palmer could connect with Moore on the deep ball, they likely would have produced the only touchdown of the afternoon for Oakland. Moore had Champ Bailey beat, but he was overthrown on a deep vertical route. Moore was targeted eight times, so at least Palmer is looking his way more than anyone else. Still, until they can figure out how to consistently put points on the board, Moore's value is limited. He's the best weapon the Raiders have in the receiving game, so he's still at least worth a start.

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